Saturday Shout-Outs: Burlington, Old Books, & Ministry Links

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  • Thanks for reading my blog this week.

    Shout-out to my new subscribers. You can sign-up for email updates of new posts under the picture to the left.

    A big shout-out to Pastor Reginald Bryant and the volunteers who serve in our new Shiloh Outreach Center. Next week, they will host a graduation for 53 people who have completed their GED through the outreach program. Praise God!

    Shout-out to Pastor Larry Covington and the Ebenezer Church of Burlington for the invitation to minister the word in their annual church revival this week.

    While in North Carolina, I visited a massive used bookstore, filled with Christian material at bargain prices. If you are ever in Raleigh, check out Stevens Book Shop.

    I posted my interview of Dr. Lloyd C. Blue this week. You can see the Lloyd Blue interview here.

    Have you downloaded the Shiloh Church App? You can get the Apple version here and the Android version here.

    In recognition of Pastor’s Appreciation Month, Tim Challies provides several links to help you pray for your pastor.

    Here are 5 great tips for leading through blind spots and lane changes.

    Thom S. Rainer lists 10 things pastors don’t like about pastoring.

    Phil Johnson wisely warns about The Burpo-Malarkey Doctrine.

    Bill Mounce explains the clause, “except for adultery,” in Matthew 5:32.

    Here is a helpful preaching tip: Create Contextual Connectors.

    Are you using that proof text well.. or are you proof-texting?

    Billy Graham’s website removes Mormonism from Cult List. 

    Modern Reject, Nicole Cottrell, addresses 6 lies we believe about the church.

    There are 3 common leadership mistakes made by the new sheriff in town.

    Are you an Avis Christian?

    Dear Moms, Jesus wants you to chill out!

    Although being on television, in and of itself, is not a bad thing, the desire to copy what is seen on television, without any kind of theological filter to separate the wheat from the chaff, can have a deliberating effect on unsuspecting congregations. – Cleophus J. LaRue, I Believe I’ll Testify, p. 39

    Any shout-outs? Have you read anything this week worth sharing? Join the conversation in the comments section. 


    H.B. Charles Jr.

    Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida.